Top Beauty Trends from the Paris, London and Milan Runways

From jewel-spackled brows to matte blacks lips, the catwalks in Paris, London and Milan offered plenty of new beauty trends to get excited about for Fall.

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You may still be sifting through all the collections from London, Paris and Milan, but we've rounded up the top beauty trends to get a jump on now. This look may not exactly be work-ready, but Miu Miu's knockout beauty look consisted of lids painted with elaborate, half-moon pastels and finished with an arch of silver jewels above the brow.
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A similar trend appeared at Chanel, where brows were finished with glistening silver beads, which created an eerie, half-frozen effect.
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Wild, twisted braids were another big theme on the runways this season, and nobody did the look better than Fendi, who wrapped plaited locks around the crown and into twin pigtails at the back of the head.
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Perhaps also in the "not suitable for work" category, Jean Paul Gaultier added colorful sections of sheen to the roots of models' hair.
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Mark Fast accented his structured knits with unkept braided do's that were tousled and teased to a dreadlock-like texture.
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We loved the way hair stylists at Mulberry pinned up messy braids into a fresh, playful up 'do.
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Avant garde designer Yang Du had models hair set into buns and finished with long, super-thin strands of braids.
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At Pucci, braids were pulled across the crown to create a chic "Heidi" look.
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And speaking of headbands, elegant hair embellishments were definitely trending this season. At Dolce & Gabbana, princess-like bands finished with floral appliques and sequins gave models a regal look.
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At Moschino, peachy, wrap-around scarves had a romantic vintage appeal.
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If there's one makeup trend you experiment with for fall, make it a moody dark lip. At Givenchy, matte black lips were paired with smokey eyes and pale complexions.
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Viktor & Rolf gave the look a goth-chic spin with sculpted cheekbones and filled-in brows.
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The best iteration of the trend, we thought, was at YSL, where black lips were finished with a high-gloss sheen and paired with muted lashes and brows.
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A similar beauty look appeared at Gucci, where near-black shades of burgundy complemented the tough, super-structured looks on the catwalk.
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Statement-making shadows are always a theme on the runways, but Fall '12 offered a few tantalizing new options. At Gianfranco Ferre, an extreme, angular cat-eye was softened with shades of midnight blue and steely grey.
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Similarly, Versace gave the cat-eye a modern new look with pale pink accents on the upper lids.
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Splashes of stark white paint suggested warrior-like ferocity on the Fendi runway.
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Cavalli's complex, multi-colored cat eyes included alternating sections of turquoise, violet and gold.
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At Lanvin, lids were finished with thick, filled-in lines of black liquid liner.
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